Introducing Pan Shi and Dragon Bones Otto Apuy
Otto is known to many of us as eclectic painter, sculptor, naturalist, but few know that it is also a writer. On this occasion, Otto will present his latest book, the novel "Shi Pan and The Bones of the Dragon"
Tuesday, December 7, 7 pm
Reception: Wine and Chai Tea
Followed the reception, there will be a dinner with a default menu for everyone to share.
Cold Tea Tin Jo, (Jasmine and Passion Fruit, Spearmint and Tamarindo, Basil and Lemon, Ginger and Lemon Zacate)
Yam Woon Sen
transparent noodle salad with peanuts and herbs, chicken and shrimp
Indian dumplings with tamarind chutney
They serve all of the following dishes to share
Krapao Pad Beef with basil and mini vegetables
Kung Pao Chicken with cashew nuts in basket tiquizque
Ayotitos croaker Curry with Coconut milk
Tempura banana with vanilla ice cream
or passion fruit tart
or Indian rice pudding with nuts, raisins and spices
$ 25 per person.